Compliance Program Structure and Authority / Employee Engagement
A Human-Centric Approach to Compliance Program Maturity
Increasingly, companies are turning to new ways to provide greater opportunities, from interventions and measurement, to directing employee actions and behavior toward ethical decision-making and actions in accord with compliance requirements. As organizations develop the components of their compliance programs, they should focus on the human behavior perspective. In the BELA Behavioral Science Working Group, in partnership with EY, leaders from 15 companies come together to create a report on utilizing a human-centric approach and behavioral science to mature compliance programs.
The report includes:
- How humans think, deal with ethical propensities, and interact with environmental influences
- Lessons learned from sales and marketing, along with environmental health and safety
- A program maturity model focused on prevention, detection, and response
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